Grateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1989-06-21
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Digital PPV feed> Master VHS> Dan Sisler's 1st-gen professionally dubbed VHS> DAT transfer by Sisler (Sony PCM R-500 via SBM)> CDR transfer by Kevin Gills on Alesis Masterlink> CDR> CDR> EAC (Secure Mode, Test and Copy)> SHN; EAC> SHN> etree by Gerald Gorinsky; includes E: Brokedown // from listed source + complete E: Brokedown from Jack SchlottmanÂs 1st-gen FM simulcast> CDR source)
- 2004-07-14 09:59:37
- Mountain View, CA
- Digital PPV feed> Master VHS> Dan Sisler's 1st-gen professionally dubbed VHS> DAT transfer by Sisler (Sony PCM R-500 via SBM)> CDR transfer by Kevin Gills on Alesis Masterlink> CDR> CDR> EAC (Secure Mode, Test and Copy)> SHN
- Shoreline Amphitheatre
Subject: archivehead review
oh yeah... the show. 1989 is in my top three -- so i am biased. #77 #79 #80
....and pretty much... any DEW is a good DEW.
Subject: Best Row Jimmy!
Subject: Summer Solstice
Subject: who needs some $?
p.s. I bet there are others that would pay too, duh.
Subject: Great Show
Subject: Which version?
As for the show, although it was a blast at the multiple parties for the PPV, it sounds sorta average for 89/90. I guess I was put off by the Scarlet bail-out into Bucket at the time. Wanted that Fire on this night. Then Clarence comes out and sounds kinda out of place mostly.
But Truckin >Other1> Dew is no dissapointment, that's for sure. Still a 4 star show
Subject: Summer 89'
Subject: Yup, Uh Huh!
That said, this really is a great show and a solid representation of Summer '89. Very hot Minglewood, listen carefully to Brent's nasty fills. As reviewed earlier, Deal jams HARD. Killer build-up, nice up-tempo energy. Second set is pretty economical and efficient. Great Scarlet>Bucket, Ship of Fools is very very well played. Great Estimated, despite the awkward transition to Eyes. Rhythm Devils is one of the best I've heard, with incredible flow and conceptual effectiveness, and great examples of Mickey's beast drums and that huge metal bar dealie, whatever the hell it's called. Space is a little long-winded, but from there on out very solid. I personally liked Clarence's competent sax work, but that's just me.
If you're looking for a very solid, textbook '89 show, this is the one. Has that compressed broadcast sound quality, which is perfectly cromulent. Download it and convert your friends. THANK YOU ARCHIVE!!!
Subject: Deal - yes!
Rest of show is solid in spite of the horrible sax playing.
Subject: Great show.
Subject: Summer Solstice
Subject: against the grain
Subject: Natonal Radio Broadcast
One moment in the show that stands out is when the crowd starts chanting "We want Phil" at the end of Ramble of Rose. They next do Box of Rain.
Subject: The Summer Solstice show
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